Toronto twins in hot water with charity

By Julia Archelene Magsombol  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A national Indigenous charity, Indspire, is still waiting to get  their money back from Toronto twins who claimed to be Inuit and Indigenous citizens for their university education. “I was not impressed. It blocks other people from applying as well. Let’s say we only have a certain amount of money to work with, and we’re giving it to people who don’t deserve it; when an Indigenous person applies, they struggle to try to finish school there’s no money left, and all the resources are gone,” said Kim Beaudin, the national vice chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP). Beaudin explained that in Indigenous communities, most people know where they come from or what band they’re a member of, except if they are…

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